If the chief cell is used all the agglutinins will be absorbed.
Experimentally, also, it appears that antibodies (agglutinins) are produced by the vaccine (and modifications thereof).
Ehrlichs theory of the formation of precipitins is similar to that of agglutinins, and need not be repeated.
Substitute the corresponding words in the theory of formation of agglutinins as above given and the theory applies.
In many bacterial diseases, agglutinins for the particular organism are present in the blood serum of the affected animal.
If related cells are used, only the agglutinins for this particular kind are removed.
Amboceptors appear to be specific in the same sense that agglutinins are.
Agglutinative action is evidence of the presence in a serum of a somewhat similar set of substances, known as “agglutinins.”